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The Cathedral of Bern (Das Berner Münster) is Switzerland's largest ecclesiastical building. Construction started in 1421 and continued under a series of different builders for generations.
The spire was finally completed in 1893. The portal with its depiction of the Last Judgment is a remarkable feature. The vantage point of this masterpiece is located 344 steps above the entrance, in the 10...
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The Einsteinhaus (Einstein House) is a museum and a former residence of Albert Einstein. It is located on Kramgasse No. 49 in Bern, Switzerland.
The room on the second floor of the house was occupied by Albert Einstein, his wife Mileva Marić and their son Hans Albert Einstein from 1903 to 1905. The Annus Mirabilis papers, which contributed substantially to the foundation of modern physics, were wr...
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Bern Old Town, founded in 1191, rises majestically above a loop in the river Aare, bearing witness to the ambitious scale of urban development in medieval Europe. Declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1983, the Old City delights visitors with its pleasant, relaxed charm.

History
The earliest settlements in the Aare Valley date back to the Neolithic period. During the 2nd century BCE the valley w...
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Construction on the Parliament Building (the west wing of today's Parliament Building) started in 1852. The east wing, mirroring the west wing, was added in 1884; and in 1902 the structure was extended into a building complex composed of three parts. All in all, 38 artists from throughout Switzerland are responsible for the building's decorations.
The Parliament Building is the seat of the Swiss g...
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In its permanent exhibitions, the Bernese Historical Museum shows highlights from the fields of history, prehistory and early history, and ethnography. The presented pieces from the Stone Age to the present, and come from cultures of all continents.
The integrated Einstein Museum presents the life and work of the physicist in the context of world history. Animated films and experiments illustrate ...
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The Kirchenfeldbrücke connects the Casino square in the old town of Bern on the Aare river away with the Helvetia place in the church field headquarters.
The finely engraved elegant iron structure was built by the British Land Company Berne construction company after the company's plans Gottlieb Ott & Co. at 21 months and 24 September 1883 inaugurated. It is 229 meters long and has two sh...
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Bear Park covers a area of 6000 m2 along the banks of the River Aare. They can still access the large bear pit, now a historic monument. The small bear pit is open to the public and can be hired for events. The Bearpark shop can be reached via the small bear pit.
Bern has spared no expense to ensure the welfare of its heraldic animals. It cost millions of dollars to replace the legendary bear pit ...
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Very easy and convenient to walk up to this View Point.  It is situated behind the Bear Park - Bern.
From here, you can see the breath-taking view of Bern Old Town with the Aare Rive as foreground.
I do reccommend you to be here after visiting Bear Park....
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The garden is visited by both locals and tourists busy. It is popular as a lookout point with a good view of the old town, has a restaurant, a large children's playground and a library with a reading garden.
The bus line 10 direction Ostermundigen (Station Rose Garden) is the rose garden in just a few minutes from the center of reach. Parking for private are in the vicinity, however, scarce and us...
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